Would You Wear A One-Piece Bathing Suit?

Last night's Gossip Girl included a wardrobe choice that we've been pondering since we first booked our New Year's flight to Florida earlier this year
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Last night's Gossip Girl included a wardrobe choice that we've been pondering since we first booked our New Year's flight to Florida earlier this year
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Last night's Gossip Girl included a wardrobe choice that we've been pondering since we first booked our New Year's flight to Florida earlier this year - the bathing suit. Instead of the standard tied-at-the-sides, red and pink hibiscus print bikini, Serena derobed poolside to reveal the more modest choice of a navy one-piece. We weren't sure if we should be confused or in awe (we've had a recurring day dream of laying out on a yacht wearing a maillot and straw hat somewhere off Tahiti for the past five years.) But realistically, we haven't worn a one-piece swimsuit since fifth grade for fear of looking like, well, a fifth grader. (And we're sure that when we finally get up the ladder in age, we'll be having the same conversation with our best friend from a cramped dressing room somewhere, begging for reassurance that a one-piece doesn't make us look, well, retired.) Would you wear a one-piece swimsuit? Or is this a look better left to those on the outsides of the 12-40 age range?